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McConnell Funeral Home

137 North Main Street, Greenwood, AR

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Betty Black

13 décembre , 19369 juin , 2019

Betty Black, 82, of Hackett, Arkansas passed away Sunday, June 9, 2019 in Greenwood. She was a homemaker and member of Pleasant Hill Freewill Baptist Church.

Funeral service will be 10 a.m., Wednesday, June 12 at Pleasant Hill Free Will Baptist Church with burial at Pleasant Hill Cemetery under the direction of McConnell Funeral Home of Greenwood. Viewing will be Tuesday from 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. at the funeral home, where the family will visit with friends from 5 – 7 p.m.

Betty is survived by her husband, Sammy Black; two sons, Steve Black and wife, Susie and Jackie Black and wife, Rhonda both of Hackett; two daughters, Debbi Kelley and husband, Robin and Audrey Fair and husband, Paul both of Hackett; one brother, Tommy Smith of West, TX; three sisters, Norma Owen of Greenwood, Patsy Wilhite and Susan Fox both of Greenwood; nine grandchildren and twelve great grandchildren.

Pallbearers will be Dallas Black, Dillan Black, Jantzen Black, Bryson Fair, Craig Jones and J.T. Jones. Honorary pallbearers will be Robin Kelley, Paul Fair, Cliff Aldridge and Justin Black.

  • FAMILLE

  • Betty is survived by her husband, Sammy Black; two sons, Steve Black and wife, Susie and Jackie Black and wife, Rhonda both of Hackett; two daughters, Debbi Kelley and husband, Robin and Audrey Fair and husband, Paul both of Hackett; one brother, Tommy Smith of West, TX; three sisters, Norma Owen of Greenwood, Patsy Wilhite and Susan Fox both of Greenwood; nine grandchildren and twelve great grandchildren.
  • PORTEURS

  • Dallas Black, Active
  • Dillan Black, Active
  • Jantzen Black, Active
  • Bryson Fair, Active
  • Craig Jones, Active
  • J.T. Jones, Active
  • Robin Kelley, Honorary
  • Paul Fair, Honorary
  • Cliff Aldridge, Honorary
  • Justin Black, Honorary
  • DONS

  • Pleasant Hill Cemetery Association

Services

  • Viewing mardi, 11 juin , 2019
  • Family Visitation mardi, 11 juin , 2019
  • Funeral Service mercredi, 12 juin , 2019

Souvenirs

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Joy (Jenkins) Quenga

14 juin , 2019

When I think of Betty I always picture her at Pleasant Hill. She had a servant’s heart. She served as the church secretary for years and it seems like she was always in the kitchen either cooking, cleaning, or serving. Her testimonies always came from a humble heart. Her children and grandchildren are a true testimony to the Godly woman she was. She will be missed by everyone who knew her!

*Funny side note: Even after attending church together for 20+ years, she still always said the same thing every time she saw me... “ Which one are you, Angie or Joy?”😊 lol I just thought that was so funny!

Brian Tankersley

13 juin , 2019

I have so many wonderful memories of Aunt Betty. My heart goes out to Sam, her children , and grandchildren. I hope all of you can celebrate Her life and take comfort while doing so.

Evelyn Savold

13 juin , 2019

Grandma Betty, as I knew her, was a beautiful human being filled with love beyond measure which she shared with all whom she met. Her home was open to visitors with whom she shared her warmth, hospitality and kindness. I am honored to have ever known her. May she rest in the Arms of the Lord.
To her family and friends I offer my sincerest sympathy for your loss. To Grandpa Sammy, may God love and comfort you. Neen

Angela Martin

12 juin , 2019

Debbi and Family. I'm so glad I got to meet Betty and all the family. I will miss her. She was a wonderful lady. My thoughts and prayers are with u all.

Debi Ruggles

11 juin , 2019

Betty was one of the Sweetest and Kindest Ladies I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. A great Christian Example. A very special memory I have of her is she wanted to make a quilt for our First Grandchild before she was born. She was priceless. She and Sam have set a Wonderful example to follow. I loved her very much, she’s missed.

Jenny Lou Boggs Gattis

10 juin , 2019

I remember Mrs. Black as a hard working woman..she was always involved in school functions, willing to lend a hand or an ear if you needed it...she always had good sound advice and wisdom...Black Family, I am asking God to give you each strength as a you go thru the difficult times ahead...stay close to your Faith and each other...

Tracy Mickle McNabb

10 juin , 2019

So sorry to hear about Betty she was such a great lady... I use to visit with her when I would go over to get cows with daddy... Know our Thoughts and Prayers are with the family...

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Biographie

Betty Black, 82, of Hackett, Arkansas passed away Sunday, June 9, 2019 in Greenwood. She was a homemaker and member of Pleasant Hill Freewill Baptist Church.

Funeral service will be 10 a.m., Wednesday, June 12 at Pleasant Hill Free Will Baptist Church with burial at Pleasant Hill Cemetery under the direction of McConnell Funeral Home of Greenwood. Viewing will be Tuesday from 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. at the funeral home, where the family will visit with friends from 5 – 7 p.m.

Betty is survived by her husband, Sammy Black; two sons, Steve Black and wife, Susie and Jackie Black and wife, Rhonda both of Hackett; two daughters, Debbi Kelley and husband, Robin and Audrey Fair and husband, Paul both of Hackett; one brother, Tommy Smith of West, TX; three sisters, Norma Owen of Greenwood, Patsy Wilhite and Susan Fox both of Greenwood; nine grandchildren and twelve great grandchildren.

Pallbearers will be Dallas Black, Dillan Black, Jantzen Black, Bryson Fair, Craig Jones and J.T. Jones. Honorary pallbearers will be Robin Kelley, Paul Fair, Cliff Aldridge and Justin Black.